Esther Short Park, a 5-acre park in the heart of the city, Washington's oldest public square.
While no demographic analysis specific to Vancouver was found, from a demographic analysis of tourism to the entire state of Washington it was reported that most tourists are 24-34 or 55-75 years old, traveling with others (potentially with children), with household income of $55,000-$100,000, and spending less than $2,000 on the trip.
Clark County, the county in which Vancouver is located, saw an 8.5% increase in tourism spending in 2017, a trend which is predicted to continue with new hotel and development projects still occurring in the area.
From 2018-2023, Visit Vancouver, a tourism promotion non-profit for the city, predicts that there will be a 32% growth in the number of hotel rooms in the city.
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